Building specifications

Lobbies and accesses

The double-height lobby, designed to bathe this space in light, will have natural stone flooring and walls that combine coated surfaces, paintwork and mirrors.

The access door to the lobby will be made of aluminium and laminated glass.

The lift will stop on all floors, including the community roof.


The ground floor of the façade will be made of natural stone or porcelain stoneware combined with large stained-glass windows/shop windows that will belong to the development’s premises.

The railings of the balconies of the homes will be made of translucent laminated glass with metal studs.

Roofs and terraces

Community area on the roof with a recreational pool endowed with a purification and disinfection system. The paving of the community terrace will be ceramic, non-slip and anti-frost.

Enclosures and interior carpentry

Exterior carpentry with thermal break, dark grey in colour.

Windows and balconies with hinged leaves, except in the living room-kitchen on the attic floor, which are sliding.

Double glazing with air chamber and low emission treatment to promote thermal-acoustic comfort and energy savings.

Motorised blinds in all rooms of a colour similar to the carpentry.

Entrance door with white lacquered armoured leaf.

Wide angle peephole.

Semi-concealed recessed hinged or sliding interior doors, smooth and white lacquered finishes.

Handles and fittings for doors and cabinets with a matt chrome finish.


AC5 quality synthetic laminated floating parquet floors throughout the house with white lacquered wooden skirting to match the interior carpentry. In bathrooms and laundry rooms, ceramic flooring by MARAZZI or similar. Balconies or terraces with non-slip stoneware flooring.


Lighting and air conditioning

In kitchens and bathrooms through led downlights embedded in the false ceiling.

Wall light on terraces and balconies.

Renewable energies are used through aerothermal energy. This system is based on capturing energy from outside air for the generation of domestic hot water, heating and air conditioning.

Air conditioning system using a heat pump with a high energy efficiency system, with diffusion through ducts through bars located in all rooms.

Thermostat located in the living-dining room that allows temperature and flow regulation.

Kitchens and laundry

Equipped with high and low modular cabinets with white lacquered doors.

AC5 synthetic laminated floating parquet flooring with painted walls.

Quartz agglomerate countertop and front return to the wall units of the same material.

Undermount single stainless steel sink.

BOSCH brand appliances or similar: electric induction hob, oven and microwave made of stainless steel located in column cabinet and extractor hood.

The apartments will have a laundry area where the hot water and air conditioning production equipment will be located and a space where you can install a washing machine and dryer (NOT included), which will be accessed through white lacquered wooden doors of the closet type, with handle.

Master and secondary bathroom

The bathrooms will have porcelain stoneware flooring.

All the walls covered with porcelain stoneware tiles up to the false ceiling.


White toilets and mixer taps

Slimline shower tray and thermostatic tap.

Suspended toilet.

Washbasin installed on furniture unit.

Rectangular mirror.


White toilets and mixer taps.

Rectangular steel bathtub and thermostatic tap.

Compact toilet.

Suspended washbasin.

Circular mirror.

Eco-efficiency measures

The technical and construction solutions chosen for the construction of the building, as well as the design of its energy facilities, allow it to achieve an A Energy Efficiency Rating in terms of CO2 emissions.

The following eco-efficient measures have been adopted:

– Ventilation: mechanical to guarantee air circulation from dry to humid areas.

– Thermal insulation and soundproofing: thermal and acoustic solutions are optimised, adapting the use of the rooms to their location and bioclimatic characteristics and protecting from noise between dwellings through optimised separations both on the floor and between floors.

– Energy savings both in common areas, through low-consumption lighting and activation through presence detectors, and in the homes with the installation of hot water taps for household appliances and the installation of taps with flow restriction.

– Renewable energies, through the installation of individualised aerothermal systems for each home.